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24th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Session : CHADD1236
TB4: Rethinking Behavior Interventions:  Effective Strategies for Students with Anxiety and Oppositional Behavior
Psychologist, Healthcare, Educator | Workshop | Beginner-Intermediate
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Jessica Minahan, MEd, BCBA
  • This Institute will teach participants about interventions educators can use in the classroom to help with students who have anxiety or oppositional behavior that can be explosive. Participants will learn to suggest improvements to existing behavior plans that focus on preventive strategies, such as antecedent management, self-monitoring systems, and alternative responses to behavior. These interventions can allow students to improve their behavior by acquiring the necessary skills to make academic progress.
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Session : CHADD1237
TB5: Making Sense of Difficult Adult ADHD Cases: Assessment and Treatment of ADHD with Complex Co-morbidities
Psychologist, Healthcare, Physician | Seminar | Advanced
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Kevin Murphy, PhD
  • Clinicians are often confused about the most appropriate and efficient way of assessing and treating adults who may have ADHD - especially when there are complex or multiple co-morbidities involved. Disentangling ADHD from patients who also present with other conditions such as Bipolar Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Substance Dependence, Major Depression, or Axis II Personality Disorders is a major challenge, even for seasoned clinicians. How do we know if ADHD is a valid diagnosis in the presence of these other disorders? What should we treat first? When is it safe or not safe to use stimulant medications? What if the patient is reluctant or refuses to engage in treatment? What are realistic expectations for patients and their families and how do we define a positive outcome in these situations? This training will discuss methods and key considerations in properly assessing, conceptualizing, and treating adults whose ADHD is complicated by these kinds of complex co-morbidities and use case studies for discussion.
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Session : CHADD1238
TB6: Neuroscience of ADHD Dispels Myths of ADHD: Implications for Clinical Practice
Physician, Psychologist, Healthcare | Seminar | Intermediate-Advanced
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Margaret Semrud-Clikeman, PhD
  • This Institute will discuss the current research in executive functioning in children with ADHD and the clinical implications of difficulties in this area. In addition, a discussion will be provided as to the neuroimaging findings in children with ADHD: combined type and those with ADHD: predominately inattentive type. Moreover, a discussion will be provided that links neuroimaging findings with neuropsychological functioning particularly with regard to executive functioning as well as response to medication. Finally two case studies will be provided to illustrate the current state of research in ADHD.
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Session : CHADD1239
TB7: Cognitive Deficits in ADHD: Beyond Executive Function Deficits
Psychologist, Healthcare, Educator, Physician | Seminar | Intermediate-Advanced
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Rosemary Tannock, PhD
  • This Institute will first define biomarkers and endophenotypes and their role in prevention and intervention, and then review the criteria required to confirm an endophenotype. Next a critical review will be provided of non-EF deficits in ADHD, followed by a discussion as to the extent to which these non-EF deficits show potential as endophenotypes for ADHD or dimensional symptoms of ADHD (i.e., inattention versus hyperactivity/ impulsivity). Non-EF deficits in ADHD include altered-reinforcement (delay aversion), time perception or timing, Intra-individual reaction time variability, sensory processing, colour vision, rapid automatized naming or processing speed, to name a few. The Institute will conclude with a discussion of the significance of non-EF deficits associated with ADHD, in terms of associated impairments, prevention and intervention, irrespective of their potential as endophenotypes.


Session : CHADD1240
TB8: Quick Tips for Parents: Preventing Problematic Behavior
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  • Adam Schwebach, PhD
  • Children with ADHD often exhibit difficult and challenging behavior that can cause a great deal of conflict at home. For example, children with ADHD may be argumentative, forgetful or have trouble being able to follow through with basic tasks. In many cases these behaviors are unintentional. There are many interventions parents and caregivers can implement to help reduce the severity of such disruptive behavioral issues at home. This session will provide participants with an open discussion as to why many children with ADHD display such difficulties and effective strategies they can implement to help prevent behavioral problems at home.


Session : CHADD1240VIDEO
TB8: Quick Tips for Parents: Preventing Problematic Behavior
Parent/Caregiver | Seminar | Intermediate
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Adam Schwebach, PhD
  • Children with ADHD often exhibit difficult and challenging behavior that can cause a great deal of conflict at home. For example, children with ADHD may be argumentative, forgetful or have trouble being able to follow through with basic tasks. In many cases these behaviors are unintentional. There are many interventions parents and caregivers can implement to help reduce the severity of such disruptive behavioral issues at home. This session will provide participants with an open discussion as to why many children with ADHD display such difficulties and effective strategies they can implement to help prevent behavioral problems at home.


Session : CHADD1241
TB9: ADHD and Its Links to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
Law Enforcement/Justice, Parent/Caregiver, Adult, Attorney/Advocate | Workshop | Beginner
Conference : 24th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Philip Anderton, PhD; Regina Bussing, MD; Catrina N. Wilkins, MD; Stephen Brown, Sgt.
  • This session will address what ADHD is, its implications for law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and what can be done to improve interventions and outcomes. Suggestions will be provided on how to manage young person with ADHD in custody and how to engage local CHADD chapters in partnership work. Speakers will 1) review ADHD and its links to criminal behavior, in the context of social determinants of health behavior; 2) demonstrate how the disorder effects the individual and the operations of police and juvenile justice agencies; and 3)provide examples of more appropriate early interventions to improve legal outcomes of youths with ADHD. This sesssion will build on the success of previous years bringing law enforcement officers into the conference and be engaged by parents.
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Session : CHADD1242
TG1: Welcome and OPENING PLENARY: Stigma, Mental Illness, and Families: Implications for ADHD
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  • Welcome by Mayor Jerry Deal, City of Burlingame
  • Stephen Hinshaw, PhD
  • Many have argued that the most important issue facing the entire mental health field is the stigma that still pertains to mental disorders. In this talk, Dr. Hinshaw first defines stigma and discusses reasons for the puzzling persistence of stigma directed toward mental illness, despite far greater knowledge of mental disorders than half a century ago. He then discusses the concept of “courtesy stigma,” a term first denoting the strong stigma directed toward family members of those with mental disorders (especially the case for ADHD). Third, he presents his own family’s experiences with serious mental disorder, including doctor’s orders for his parents never to discuss such issues with their children.


Session : CHADD1242VIDEO
TG1: Welcome and OPENING PLENARY: Stigma, Mental Illness, and Families: Implications for ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Welcome by Mayor Jerry Deal, City of Burlingame
  • Stephen Hinshaw, PhD
  • Many have argued that the most important issue facing the entire mental health field is the stigma that still pertains to mental disorders. In this talk, Dr. Hinshaw first defines stigma and discusses reasons for the puzzling persistence of stigma directed toward mental illness, despite far greater knowledge of mental disorders than half a century ago. He then discusses the concept of “courtesy stigma,” a term first denoting the strong stigma directed toward family members of those with mental disorders (especially the case for ADHD). Third, he presents his own family’s experiences with serious mental disorder, including doctor’s orders for his parents never to discuss such issues with their children.


Session : CHADD1243
FG1: PLENARY: Theres Never Anything So Wrong With Us That What
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  • Mark Katz, PhD
  • When it comes to rising above life’s challenges, ADHD among them, few things are more important than learning to see these challenges in a hopeful new light. But how do we learn to do this when others continue to see our challenges in a very old light? During this presentation we’ll explore the ways. In the process we’ll also review a number of promising practices that are helping those with ADHD learn to see themselves through their strengths as opposed to their challenges. When it comes to rising above life’s difficulties it’s really true. “There’s never anything so wrong with us that what’s right with us can’t fix.”



     


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